Carrier TSTATCCPS101 Owner`s manual

Installation Instructions
TSTATCCPS101
TSTATBBPS101
P374-1000
Digital Thermostat
NOTE: Read the entire instruciton manual before starting the installation.
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HEAT
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PUMP
MULTI-STAGE
Form: IM-TSTAT-13
SINGLE DAY PROGRAMMABLE
Cancels:
Printed in U.S.A.
Catalog No. 13TS-TA39
Table Of Contents
PREPARATION
REMOVE OLD THERMOSTAT
WIRE CONNECTIONS
WIRING DIAGRAMS
CALIBRATION
TEST OPERATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION
2
3
4
5
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Follow Installation Instructions carefully.
DISCONNECT POWER TO THE HEATER AIR CONDITIONER BEFORE REMOVING
THE OLD THERMOSTAT AND INSTALLING
THE NEW THERMOSTAT.
Replacement Component Division
WARNING
Carrier Corporation 4/01
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following 2 conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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STEP #1
PREPARATION
Proper installation of the thermostat will be
accomplished by following these step
by step instructions. If you are unsure
about any of these steps, call a qualified
technician for assistance.
Assemble tools
Flat Blade
Screwdriver
Wire cutter
& Stripper
Make sure your Heater/Air Conditioner
is working properly before beginning
installation of the thermostat.
Carefully unpack the thermostat.
Save the screws, bracket, and
instructions.
Turn off the power to the Heating/Air
Conditioning system at the main fuse
panel. Most residential systems have
a separate breaker for disconnecting
power to the furnace.
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STEP #2
REMOVE & REPLACE OLD THERMOSTAT
Remove the cover of the old thermostat.
If it does not come off easily check for
screws.
Loosen the screws holding the thermostat
base or subbase to the wall, and lift away.
Disconnect the wires from the old
thermostat. Tape the ends of the wires
as you disconnect them, and mark them
with the letter of the terminal for easy
reconnection to the new thermostat.
Keep the old thermostat for reference
purposes, until your new thermostat is
functioning properly.
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STEP #3
WIRE CONNECTIONS
If the terminal designations on your old
thermostat do not match those on the
new thermostat, refer to the chart below,
or the wiring diagrams that follow.
Wire from the
old thermostat
terminal marked
Function
Install on the
new thermostat
connector marked
G or F
Fan
G
Y1, Y or C
Cooling
Y1
W1, W or H
Heating
W1,O,B
Rh, R, M, Vr, A
Power
R
C
Common
C*
O/B
Rev. Valve
W1,O,B**
W2
2nd Stage Heat
Y2
2nd Stage Cool
RS+5
Remote Sensor +5vdc
RS
Remote Sensor Signal
RS G
Remote Sensor Ground
CK1
Dry Contact Switch 1
CK2
Dry Contact Switch 2
W2
* C may not be used on all systems.
** O/B is used if your system is a Heat Pump.
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Sample Wiring Diagrams
5 Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 1 Stage Gas Heat
O
W2 Y2 R W1 Y1 G
Residential Gas or Electric Heat *,
Electric Cool, split systems & package
units
C
Thermostat
L
E
24 vac common
C
fan relay
compressor relay
G
Y1
O
1st stage heat circuit
24 vac return
* If using electric heat this option must be
selected on during advanced setup.
W1
R
Y2
W2
4 Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 1 Stage Gas Heat
O
W2 Y2 R W1 Y1 G
Residential Gas or Electric Heat *,
Electric Cool, split systems & package
units
C
Thermostat
L
E
C
fan relay
compressor relay
G
Y1
O
1st stage heat circuit
24 vac return
* If using electric heat this option must be
selected on during advanced setup.
W1
R
Y2
W2
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Sample Wiring Diagrams
6 Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 2 Stage Heat
O
W2 Y2 R W1 Y1 G
Residential & commercial 1 Stage Cooling,
with 2 Stage Gas or Electric Heat*
C
Thermostat
L
E
24 vac common
C
fan relay
compressor relay
Y1
G
O
1st stage heat circuit
24 vac return
W1
R
Y2
2nd stage heat circuit
W2
5 Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 1 Stage Heat - Heat Pump*
O
W2 Y2 R W1 Y1 G
No auxiliary heat, residential Heat Pumps ,
split systems & package units
C
Thermostat
L
E
24 vac common
C
fan relay
compressor relay
Y1
reversing valve
G
O
W1
24 vac return
* If using residential heat pump, this option
must be selected on during advanced setup.
R
Y2
W2
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Sample Wiring Diagram
6 Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 2 Stage Heat, Heat Pump *
O
W2 Y2 R W1 Y1 G
C
Most residential split and package heat pumps
with auxiliary heat
Thermostat
L
E
24 vac common
C
fan relay
compressor relay
G
1st stage heat circuit
Y1
O
W1
24 vac return
R
2nd stage heat circuit
W2
Y2
* The heat pump option must be selected
on during advanced setup.
Calibration
Every thermostat is calibrated before it leaves the factory.
Under normal circumstances there will never be a need to
recalibrate the thermostat again.
To accommodate special needs, the thermostat may be recalibrated
following these steps:
1. While holding the mode button in, press the fan button for
5 seconds. After all the icons in the display appear, release
the buttons.
2. Press the Up and Down buttons simultaneously, twice.
3. Press the up or down buttons until the flashing number
equals the current room temperature.
4. Press the mode button to return to normal operation.
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STEP #4
TEST OPERATION
Turn the power on to the Heating/Air
Conditioning system.
Press the MODE button repeatedly until
the HEAT icon appears on the display.
Press the Up or Down buttons until the set
temperature is 10 degrees above room
temperature. The furnace should turn on.
Press the MODE button repeatedly until
the COOL icon appears on the display.
Press the Up or Down buttons until the set
temperature is 10 degrees below room
temperature. The air conditioner should
turn on. NOTE: Most equipment has a
time delay of 5 minutes between cool
cycles. This feature is defeatable on the
thermostat. Consult the Owner's Manual
under Setup, cycles per hour.
Press the MODE button to OFF. Press
the FAN button to Fan On. The fan
should turn on and run continuously.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM: When using 4 wires (R, G, W, Y),
the air conditioning equipment tries
repeatedly to turn on, but cannot. At
times the display dims or disappears.
CAUSE: There is not enough power available
to "power share".
REMEDY: Connect a 270 ohm, 10 watt power
resistor at the furnace as shown below.
For Problem A/C
R
G
W
Y
For Problem Heat
C
R
TR300-10w
G
W
Y
C
TR300-10w
SYMPTOM: The air conditioning does not
attempt to turn on.
CAUSE: The compressor timer lockout may
prevent the air conditioner from
turning on, for a period of time.
REMEDY: Consult the Owner's Manual in
the Setup section to defeat the
cycles per hour and compressor
timeguard.
SYMPTOM: The display is blank.
CAUSE: Lack of proper power.
REMEDY: Make sure power is turned on to
the furnace and that you have 24vac
between R & W. If C is used, 24vac
between R & C.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM: The air conditioning does not
attempt to turn on.
CAUSE: The cooling setpoint is set too
high.
REMEDY: Consult the Owner's Manual in
the Setup section to lower the
cooling setpoint limit.
SYMPTOM: The heating does not attempt
to turn on.
CAUSE: The heating setpoint is set too
low.
REMEDY: Consult the Owner's Manual in
the Setup section to raise the
heating setpoint limit.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM: When controlling a residential heat
pump, and asking for cooling, the heat
comes on.
CAUSE: Heat pump is not selected "on" in the
Advanced Setup.
REMEDY: Select heat pump on during Advanced
Setup programming. Consult the Owner's
Manual.
SYMPTOM: When calling for cooling, both
the heat and cool come on.
CAUSE: The Advanced Setup is configured
to control a heat pump, and the hvac
the thermostat is controlling is a
"conventional" (non heat pump)
system.
REMEDY: Consult the Owner's Manual in
the Advanced Setup section to turn
off the heat pump.
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TSTATCCPS101
TSTATBBPS101
P374-1000
Tested to Comply
with FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
4Z95
P/N 88-304
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